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Poll: Should we have ranks? (9 votes)
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DarthRevan96
DarthRevan96 The Prodigal Knight
Nov 14 2009, 8:40am Anchor

This is a poll for ranks. Should we or shouldn't we have them back?
Here's how they work for those newer to the group:
The ranks you gain are according to your ModDB level. Here's a list of ranks:

1. Level: Private
3. Level: Private First Class
5. Level: Lance Corporal
7. Level: Corporal
9. Level: Sergeant
11. Level: Staff Sergeant
13. Level: Gunnery Sergeant
15. Level: Master Sergeant
17. Level: First Sergeant
19. Level: Master Gunnery Sergeant
21. Level and above: Sergeant Major

If ,for example, you are rank 4, you'll still be a Private First Class.

Your ModDB Level will be checked probably every week. There will be no pattern in checking cuz of my real-life (school) stuff.

Vote Yes or No.

Your's truly CC - AKA - DarthRevan96

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"To truly achieve power, one must see the force as a whole, not merely only lightside or only darkside. A Jedi is truly enlightened when he sees a Sith not as an enemy, but as an opposite."

Nov 14 2009, 9:00am Anchor

it would be nice to have real time ranks.:)

DarthRevan96
DarthRevan96 The Prodigal Knight
Nov 14 2009, 9:00am Anchor

THX for the support. :)

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"To truly achieve power, one must see the force as a whole, not merely only lightside or only darkside. A Jedi is truly enlightened when he sees a Sith not as an enemy, but as an opposite."

Nov 14 2009, 3:28pm Anchor

I think we should,it will be cool.but i will be private cuz of MoDDB rank.:(

DarthRevan96
DarthRevan96 The Prodigal Knight
Nov 14 2009, 5:29pm Anchor

You'll progress soon. ;)
Oh and click the yes option and then vote to give your vote.

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"To truly achieve power, one must see the force as a whole, not merely only lightside or only darkside. A Jedi is truly enlightened when he sees a Sith not as an enemy, but as an opposite."

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